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Supernatural Magazine 2012 Exclusive Collector's Edition Special  Magazines

Posted by wall.enable at May 28, 2012
Supernatural Magazine 2012 Exclusive Collector's Edition Special

Supernatural Magazine 2012 Exclusive Collector's Edition Special
English | 148 Pages | PDF | 103MB

The Official Supernatural magazine is the indispensable companion to The CW’s hit show about brothers Sam and Dean Winchester, who battle demons, spirits and other deadly creatures from state to state! These Special Editions showcase the very best of the magazine so far, and include all-new photography, interviews and features! Bringing you everything you could ever need to know about this kick-ass show, The Official Supernatural Magazine engages Supernatural’s hugely passionate and loyal fanbase.

Vol Up 2 - Supernatural Vol.I, March 2014  Magazines

Posted by koc2005 at Aug. 12, 2014
Vol Up 2 - Supernatural Vol.I, March 2014

Vol Up 2 - Supernatural Vol.I, March 2014
English | 272 Pages | HQ PDF | 54.80 Mb

Supernatural Magazine May-June 2012 (UK)  Magazines

Posted by www163www at April 7, 2012
Supernatural Magazine May-June 2012 (UK)

Supernatural Magazine May-June 2012 (UK)
English | 68 pages | PDF | 54.76 MB

DOZE Magazine - Summer 2013  Magazines

Posted by Karabas91 at June 30, 2013
DOZE Magazine - Summer 2013

DOZE Magazine - Summer 2013
Spanish | True PDF | 134 pages | 57 MB

House of Mystery Huge List  Magazines

Posted by ekenciz at May 6, 2006
House of Mystery Huge List

House of Mystery Huge List

In the early 1950's, the comic book industry was relatively new. It was an experimental time, when many different genres were being explored. Romance, war, westerns, sci-fi and horror books were all being put out by various companies. At the time DC was searching for new directions, so they decided to try their hand at the horror genre. It was doing very successful at EC comics, and several other companies had horror titles out at the time as well.

So it was that the first issue of House of Mystery came out, December 1951/January 1952. It had no host, and would feature several short, spooky stories that usually ended with a logical explanation for the supernatural. The title did relatively well, and ran with this formula until the late 1950's. Somewhere, a little bit before its hundredth issue, it went sci-fi. This is around the same time everyone's favorite doctor, Fredric Wertham, caused an uproar with his infamous book, Seduction of the Innocent. Soon after its release, the Catholic Comics Code appeared, causing hassles for the entire comics industry, and pretty much putting EC comics out of business. This isn't fact, but my opinion, that rather than deal with the negative publicity of a horror title, DC decided it would simply be easier to make the switch to sci-fi.